USA Today/WBCA DI Coaches Poll for 12/12/23

USA Today/WBCA DI Coaches Poll for 12/12/23

The USA TODAY Sports/WBCA NCAA Division I Top 25 Coaches Poll with teams’ RECORDS THROUGH MONDAY in parentheses, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in last week’s poll, and first-place votes received:

Rank School (record) Points Last Week’s Rank
First-Place Votes
1 South Carolina (9-0) 800 1 32
2 UCLA (9-0) 766 2 0
3 Iowa (10-1) 704 3 0
4 North Carolina State (10-0) 694 5 0
5 Southern California (8-0) 647 6 0
6 LSU (9-1) 643 4 0
7 Texas (10-0) 589 9 0
8 Colorado (9-1) 567 8 0
9 Stanford (8-1) 534 10 0
10 Utah (8-2) 522 7 0
11 Ohio State (8-1) 482 11 0
12 Notre Dame (7-1) 439 12 0
13 Baylor (7-0) 411 14 0
14 Virginia Tech (7-2) 393 13 0
15 Indiana (8-1) 352 15 0
16 Kansas State (9-1) 334 16 0
17 Louisville (9-1) 273 18 0
18 Connecticut (6-3) 272 17 0
19 Marquette (9-0) 238 19 0
20 Creighton (7-1) 169 21 0
21 Gonzaga (10-2) 140 23 0
22 Florida State (7-3) 108 20 0
23 Miami (Fla.) (8-0) 98 26 0
24 UNLV (9-0) 86 28 0
25 North Carolina (6-4) 45 24 0

Dropped out: No. 22 Washington State (10-2); No. 25 Michigan (8-2).

Others receiving votes: Washington State (10-2) 21; Syracuse (8-1) 16; Michigan (8-2) 14; Washington (10-0) 14; Mississippi State (9-2) 6; Duke (6-4) 5; Maryland (7-3) 4; Green Bay (5-3) 3; Oklahoma (6-3) 3; TCU (10-0) 2; West Virginia (9-0) 2; Cleveland State (9-1) 2; Princeton (7-3) 2.

Voters

The USA Today Sports Board of Coaches is made up of 32 head coaches at Division I institutions. All are members of the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. The board for the 2023-24 season: Natasha Adair, Arizona State; Ganiyat Adeduntan, Colgate; Matt Bollant, Eastern Illinois; Jenn Brown, Queens; Dan Burt, Duquesne; Bill Carr, Santa Clara; Fred Castro, Eastern Michigan; Denise Dillon, Villanova; Dalila Eshe, Yale; Heather Ezell, Wyoming; Bill Fennelly, Iowa State; Aqua Franklin, Lamar; Kristin Gillespie, Illinois State; Ty Grace, Howard; Johnnie Harris, Auburn; Brian Holsinger, Montana; Anita Howard, Georgia Southern; Rick Insell, Middle Tennessee; Kayla Karius, South Dakota; Chris Kielsmeier, Cleveland State; Mike Lane, New Jersey Tech; Amy Mallon, Drexel; Kim McNeill, East Carolina; Lynn Milligan, Rider; Carlene Mitchell, Cal State Northridge; Kelly Morrone, Merrimack; Dan Nielson, Utah Valley; Shawn Poppie, Chattanooga; Margaret Richards, Alabama A&M; Alaura Sharp, Presbyterian; Jeff Walz, Louisville; Coquese Washington, Rutgers.

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